At East Shelby Demolition & Pool Removal, we offer expertise in all aspects of residential demo, particularly pool removal. We own and operate specialized equipment to get the work done as efficiently as possible while maintaining strict safety standards. Our crew offers expertise in house demo, pool removal, concrete removal and excavation.
Demolition Contractors in Shelby County, TN
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Junk-It LLC is a veteran-owned company that offers demolition and junk removal of all sorts, including barn demolition, interior demolition, mobile home removal, deck removal, and everything in between. When you hire us, you can trust our crew to get your project done in a safe, timely, and affordable manner. Reach out to us today. We look forward to serving you!
Bright Construction Company, Inc. has been serving the community since 1965. We have grown to provide a wide range of services, including commercial and industrial projects. Small and large projects are no match for us.
Cowles Building Company is the Memphis area's leading source for demolition and construction services. Founded in 1996 as a small construction company, we have grown to become one of the premier residential developers in the greater Memphis area.
After four generations of successful business, Chandler Demolition Company, Inc., continues to be the industry leader in the Memphis area and looks forward to many successful years to come. We serve clients at all levels of demolition including residential, commercial and industrial. Whether you need a pool removed or a multi-story business imploded, we are the one-stop-shop demolition company you need.
We are a locally owned business that has earned a reputation of excellence. B and W Excavating provides the most professional demolition and excavation services to Memphis residents and business owners. We are well-equipped to take on large scale projects as well as minor interior wall demolition.
Licensed to work in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi, Ronald S. Terry Construction Co., Inc., has both the experience and dedication to quality you need for your next project. They also offer hauling, erosion control, and excavating.
With more than 30 years of experience building, remodeling, and renovating homes, Dave Moore Companies, LLC has established itself as one of the most trusted companies in the industry. We also provide the added benefit of structural demolition for our commercial clients.
All Around Contracting, based out of Memphis, Tennessee, strives to deliver unmatched residential and commercial demolition services, including house demolition, barn demolition, and much more.
Northwest Contracting Services Inc is proud to provide the Memphis area with impeccable services that are designed to meet customers' specific needs. Our demolition and excavating workmanship are second to none, and our customers come first in all we do.
Serving Memphis, Tennessee and nearby areas, Southland Enterprises is dedicated to serving our customers, no matter how big or small their project is. Our team of professionals is highly accurate, completing all that we do precisely and safely.
The seasoned professionals at L & T are well equipped to perform large residential and commercial demolition services on small properties and large. Contact us for a free estimate on total demolition projects, partial demo, concrete removal, complete site work and related services.
Metal Eng & Demo serves the Memphis, Tennessee area. We offer an unmatched level of experience, customer care, and professionalism to each and every jobsite. We provide prompt project completion and delivery of services. Nobody knows demolition like we do.
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Tips for Demolition Projects
Make sure your contractor is qualified.
In order to perform demolition work, a contractor must have the proper local and state licensing.
If you hire a contractor who doesn't have the proper licensing, it could lead to fines, the removal of your project without warning or compensation, and/or an unsafe work environment.
However, contractor licensing requirements vary from state-to-state, while some states leave licensing entirely up to cities and counties—so be sure to check with your local building office.